Mandy Moore Workout Routine

Mandy Moore

American star Mandy Moore rose to fame as a singer after her debut “Candy” was released in 1999. It was followed by the release of her first studio album So Real. In the 2000s, she got into acting, appearing in the comedy film The Princess Diaries. Her first starring role was in the romance drama A Walk to Remember. During this period, she was still active in the recording business. She released her second and third albums Mandy Moore and Coverage in 2001 and 2003, respectively.

The rest of the 2000s saw her starring in several films as well. She starred in Chasing Liberty, Saved!, American Dreamz, Because I Said So, and License to Wed. In 2010, she voiced Rapunzel in Tangled. Since then, she’s also become active in voice acting. More recently, she got into television with a starring role in the NBC drama series This Is Us. She plays Rebecca Pearson in the show. She also voices Rapunzel in the new Tangled: The Series.

The 33-year-old actress stays in shape by staying active. Despite her busy schedule, Mandy manages to spend a little time in order to work out. Though she admits that maintaining a certain fitness routine is hard, she manages to do so by simply being physically active. In an interview, she said about her fitness: “I love hiking, anything that keeps me outdoors.” She added: “But I’m also the type of person who does better in a class situation because at least there’s some accountability. I’ll cycle or I’ll do a Barry’s [Bootcamp], you know?”

Recently though she’s started working out with a trainer. She revealed: “So Jason (her trainer) has taught me a lot of strength training that I can do on my own. Jason also created a VersaClimber class called Rise Nation, which I do whenever I can. It’s only a half hour, but it is crazy-intense. When you’re done, you’re drenched. There’s no real endgame for me with fitness. I’ve always been the girl who goes by how my clothes fit. I don’t weigh myself—I just like to feel good in my body. Running is a challenge I’m not up for, though I am in awe of anyone who can finish a marathon.”

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